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The document a caterer uses to stipulate the terms, conditions, and contents of the services he or she will provide each client is called the A. menu. B. press release. C. client
agreement. D. brochure
The document a caterer uses to stipulate the terms, conditions, and contents of the services he or she will provide each client is called the client agreement. qid=20090310182322AAXEu73
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In setting up a client agreement, you would request a down payment to cover A. legal fee contingencies. B. the cost of groceries. C. the number of people to be served. D. your out-of-pocket expenses.
Weegy: D. your out-of-pocket expenses. User: To determine the price to charge for your service, you'll need to calculate the costs of the material, labor, and what other two elements? A. Food and supplies B. Overhead and profit C. Finder's fees and entertainment D. Location and overhead Weegy: To determine the price to charge for your service, you'll need to calculate the costs of the material, labor, and what other two elements? B. Overhead and profit User: Which of the following would you want to do when developing a marketing position? A. Position yourself in an untapped consumer market. B. Market yourself as a general caterer willing to accept any type of job. C. Go after the same demographic as other area caterers. D. Emphasize your inexperience and gain clients by charging a much cheaper price Weegy: Which of the following would you want to do when developing a marketing position? A. Market yourself as a general caterer willing to accept any type of job. User: You operate a small catering firm specializing in sit-down dinner parties that you prepare and serve yourself with no helpers. A client of yours loves your food so much that she has asked you to cater her daughter's wedding reception for 300 people, to be held in her back yard. It's your first chance at a big event and you're not really set up for it. You don't have the equipment, you don't have the staff, and you don't have the connections to musicians; however, you're tempted. What would be your wisest decision? A. Accept the job and use this chance to make all the contacts you need to expand your business. B. Turn down the job, explaining why you can't do it, and wish her luck finding someone else. C. Agree to make the food if the client will subcontract all the other services herself. D. Turn the job down; however, give the client the name of a high-quality catering firm that can meet her needs Weegy: Your ... (More)
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